Thursday, October 1, 2009


In the 1920's  and 30's, Nollendorfplatz was the hub of  fashionable gays and lesbians in Berlin, with many cafes, theaters, and restaurants. Nollendorfplatz now serves as the intersection of four U-bahn lines. After the Berlin Wall went up, separating the east and west parts of the City, the station was used as a flea market with little shops set up in the unused A2-U-Bahn cars. When the wall came down in 1991, the station returned to its original use.

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